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Non-bobbling duvet/sheet sets

(13 Posts)
berri Fri 26-Feb-16 07:27:42

Any recommendations please?

sacbina Fri 26-Feb-16 07:50:11

John lewis have never bobbled. Its one of those get what you pay for.things

ishouldcocoa Fri 26-Feb-16 07:56:07

I read on here that you should always wash new bed linen before using it. Apparently that should stop too much bobbling, but Sacbina is right. You get what you pay for.

TheOddity Fri 26-Feb-16 10:52:11

Look for Egyptian cotton, mine never bobbled.

eatsleepfeedrepeat Sat 27-Feb-16 12:45:43

Cotton doesn't bobble, poly cotton does. Saved a lot of money replacing bobbly sheets when I realised this! Just cheap ikea/ dun elm cottons are fine.

dontcallmelen Sun 28-Feb-16 20:58:45

Yy previous comments John Lewis bedding is lovely, i also wash new bedding before use, next bedding also pretty good, not keen on dunelm bedding Tkmax is also worth looking at, can pick up some really good quality sheets etc.

IggertyZiggertyZoom Sun 28-Feb-16 21:16:49

My White Company sheets haven't bobbled (although they are a nightmare to iron).

kate1296 Mon 29-Feb-16 22:46:09

My joules ones still look like new, no bobblings or fading X

IsItMeOr Mon 29-Feb-16 22:51:31

Sheridan cotton sateen. Doesn't bobble and no need to iron if you fold it quickly after tumble drying.

Just Linens often has great bargains on Sheridan.

MyKingdomForBrie Mon 29-Feb-16 22:52:09

White company, still perfect years later.

steppemum Mon 29-Feb-16 22:55:08

YY to cotton not polycotton.

cotton doesn't bobble.

M&S sheets are nice quality

pookamoo Mon 29-Feb-16 22:55:29

What eatsleepfeedrepeat said

steppemum Mon 29-Feb-16 22:56:09

actually kids 100% cotton very cheap form tesco/asda etc haven't bobbled. the polycotton sets from same place have.

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